Dr. Victoria Bloodworth studied Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College London, UK, earning her PhD in 2008, specialising in carbon fibre composite structures. She then spent the next eight years working at Aerotrope, a small and radical engineering consultancy based in Brighton, UK. During this time, she was part of the design team with a diverse project portfolio, providing design engineering for wind turbines, large scale artworks and zero carbon vehicles, which includes the current world speed sailing record holder Vestas Sailrocket 2. In March 2017, she moved to Denmark to join the world’s largest wind turbine manufacturer, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, as a Blade Engineer, where she is now developing the next generation wind turbine blades. A British national, currently residing in Denmark, she spent her childhood years in Singapore before moving to the UK for higher education and work.